How to Sync iPhone and iPad with Windows 10 PC

Sync your iPhone with your computer running Windows 10 PC to not only make your files seamlessly available on either end but also keep them up-to-date with ease.

As an iPhone user, I find the macOS more useful than Windows 10. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t had my share of good experience with Windows.

I like keeping my favorite movies, music or TV shows on an iOS device. In order to ensure they are easily available on PC, I sync my iPhone with a computer. Likewise, there are contents which I prefer to use on the desktop. But at times, I want to use them on my smartphone as well. With both the devices seamlessly synced, the task of transferring files from one device to the other or keeping them up-to-date becomes incredibly easy. Let’s get to know how it works!

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How to Sync iPhone and iPad with Windows 10 PC

How to Sync iPhone and iPad with Windows 10 PC

How to Enable Wi-Fi Syncing in iTunes 12 for Windows 10

Once Wi-Fi sync has been set up between your iPhone and Windows 10, your data will be automatically transferred whenever you connect to the same network.

Step #1. Launch iTunes on your PC. Next, your device to your computer with Lightning to USB cable. Then, click the device button from the top left of the window.

Click on iDevice in iTunes on Windows PC

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Step #2. Now, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

    • Click the checkbox next to Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi.

Click Sync This iPhone Over Wi-Fi in iTunes on Windows PC

    • Click Music located in the left-side menu.

Click on Music Tab in iTunes on Windows

    • Click the checkbox next to Sync Music.

Check Sync Music in iTunes on Windows PC

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  • So that a checkmark appears.
  • Same way you can also sync Movies, TV Shows, and Photos.

Step #3. Finally, click on Apply Sync.

Sync iPhone Music to iTunes in Windows 10 PC

How to Sync over Lightning or 30-pin USB Cable

Don’t want to enable Wi-Fi sync? You can sync over Lightning or 30-pin USB cable as well.

Step #1. Open iTunes  on your PC. Then, connect your iPhone your computer with Lightning to USB cable.

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Step #2. Next, click the device button from the top left of the window.

Click on iDevice in iTunes on Windows PC

Step #3. Click Music located in the left-side menu.

Sync iPhone Music Using Lightning Cable

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Now, click the checkbox next to Sync Music in order to allow music to be synced.

You can also click the checkbox next to Movies, TV Shows, and Photos to make them sync.

Step #4. Click on Apply → Click on Sync.

Sync iPhone Music to iTunes in Windows 10 PC

That’s done! Now, use these simple methods to keep your files synced seamlessly between your iOS device and Windows 10.

As an iPhone and Windows user, you would want to check out some of our helpful posts like how to transfer photos from iOS device to Windows 10, migrate from Windows to Mac as well as how to install Windows on Mac.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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